Julie Hebert, Aurora. Her name has been on this list before and, well, scoring four goals in a 7-2 win over Huron Heights in a York Region varsity girls hockey game is worth mentioning. Aurora is the run-away leader in the league this year with a 12-0 record. Hebert, a winger who lives in Sudbury is being billeted in Aurora so she can play for a local Intermediate Double-A team that competes in the Provincial Women's Hockey League.
Samantha Hu, York Mills. She's ranked in the Top 20 in the 200-metre butterfly in Canada for her age class. Winner of three individual races, as well as helping her team to a first place finish in the 200-metre medley relay at the Toronto District School Board North Division swim finals, she's off to the city championships next week hoping to qualify for the provincial finals in March.
Paolo Olavario, Birchmount Park. Four races and four gold medals in four different events. He left the Toronto District School Board East Division swim finals with a pile of medals. First place in the 100 metre backstroke, 100 metre individual medley and 100 metre freestyle as well as leading the 200 metre medley relay to a gold medal.
Paige Schultz, Harbord. Gold medals in three individual swim races and another with the 200-metre freestyle relay team at the TDSB SOuth Region finals, she's out to add to her collection with the citywide and provincial championships still to go. Signed to a scholarship in the fall at Arizona State University, she won three medals for Canada at the Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Guam two years.
Tyler Sikura, St. Andrew's. He's a 6-foot forward who loves the game of hockey and is approaching a 50-point season for the Saints junior varsity team. Get this, the team has a 21-1-1 record. In his last game, and called up to play with the varsity squad, the Aurora-native had three assists in an 8-1 Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association win over Ridley.